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If you take a white crayon and go over them numbers you should be able to read what the missing number is, unless the block has been miled down, as far as knowing what the engine is, if you get all the numbers you can go on line to G.M. and you can find out what it is, I have done it a lot on classic cars that i have purchased or thought about purchasing. Also you can use the block numbers on the back of the block on the left side thru G.M.s web site and also find out. I also know that 4-bolt maine blocks came in 3/4 ton and larger trucks and some camaros.
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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